Maui Brewing Company out of Hihie, Maui, Hawaii, was founded in 2005 by Garrett Marrero and is Hawaii’s largest craft brewery, operating 100% in Hawaii that was started as a passion to create an authentic beer for Hawaii and now sodas and spirits that would pay homage to land and its residences that are making waves from the sun-swept island state to the mainland of the U.S. given customers a true taste of the islands.
For Maui Brewing Company, success means having the confidence in their unique citrus, mango, pineapple and coconut beers, and other ready to drink beverages, sharing a true taste of the islands.
Spotlight on Business Magazine featured Maui Brewing Co in our October 2017 Issue and they have not shown any signs of slowing down with product offerings. An interesting fact about Maui Brewing is that they brew all their products entirely grid independent and produce all their own electricity on-site through solar, and Tesla power packs as battery storage. But don’t worry if the sun is not shining, they also have biodiesel generators that use vegetable oil and pressed sunflower oil for a backup to keeping their products flowing, making their entire product line environmentally friendly as well as great to drink.
Their products also appeared four times (Big Swell, Pineapple Mana, Maui Hard Seltzer’s, a division of Maui Brewing Company, POG and KUPU Spirits’, a division of Maui Brewing Company, Whiskey Ginger) in The Ultimate Craft Cooler spotlighting our top picks out of the ice bucket from the summer of 2020.
Maui Brewing’s Sunshine Girl Golden Ale offers beer enthusiasts and drinkers alike a light and refreshing golden ale with subtle floral and fruity flavours and aromas
of tropical citrus hops which makes you feel like you are in a tropical paradise even when you are in your own back yard.
We are very confident that with Maui Brewing’s new additions to an already solid year-round lineup that they will be a stronger contender to make The Ultimate Craft Cooler for 2021. But don’t take our word for it, try it today and let us know what you think.
by Lee Ann Atwater